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Two of the Best Aquarium Live Plants for Tropical Tanks are Water Sprite, and Indian Fern
Not All the Best Aquarium Live Plants for Tropical Aquariums are Fast Growing, these 2 Fantastic Slower Growing Plants create a Healthy Bioactive Zone in the Substrate with their Dense networks of intertwined roots. Music - Trooper by Silent Partner
Two of the Best Aquarium Live Plants for Tropical Tanks are Water Sprite, and Indian Fern. They are both very vigorous and easy to grow plants. Live plants growing quickly in an aquarium, assist in maintaining higher water quality for fish, and help to minimise algae. It is a plant that likes to float to the surface, so it usually needs to be weighted down or wedged in place. Like many ferns, new plantlets develop from the parent plant's leaves, forming a large colony, which can be left together, or separated to create new plants. If you enjoy this video, Please CLICK on LIKE, SHARE, LEAVE COMMENTS, and SUBSCRIBE. Thanks for Watching.
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I got 3-4 medium & short fake plants with my first aquarium, a 10 gallon one. Returned the whole set up to upgrade to a 29 gallon for keeping more fish. I now use a combination of live plants & artificial ones in a ratio of 4:1 Some points like live plants not looking their best like the artificial ones are true for only certain species and also how you got them in the first place. I got 3 broad leafed plants from the local store and the rest online. These took a week to come, and the poor things are still recovering. My warm tropical fish are definitely loving the live plants.